How to Have a Happy Birthday: Lessons Learned from two 4 year-olds


1. Don’t take yourself too seriously.
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2. Make a wish. Or two.
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3. Open yourself to learning new things.
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4. Prepare yourself accordingly.
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5. Don’t be shy about telling your age.
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6. Share the yummy.
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7. Let people love you.
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It was a very, very good birthday, and I think four is going to be a fantastic age. (Lots of birthday craftiness details to share soon.)

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13 thoughts on “How to Have a Happy Birthday: Lessons Learned from two 4 year-olds

  1. Ohh! When you show your Boys’ birthday stuff, I know my Baby Boys’ b-day is right around the corner! They are getting so big! I think 4 is going to be a good year!

  2. How fun. Did they turn 4 on Saturday? If they did I turned 44 on the same day. So cool and what a great time they had. Happy Birthday Boys

  3. Allow me to be probably the 10,000th person to remark how delightful it is that one of your boys looks so much like you and has your husband’s hair, and the other looks so much like your husband yet sports your hair. I find that quite charming.

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